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Italian first names beginning with the letter D
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Daciano Name of ethnic origin, from the Greek "Dakoi"; inhabitant of Dacia. N/A
Dacio Ethnic name derived from the Greek, like Daciano; inhabitant of Dacia. N/A
Dada Derived from the Greek; ingenious. N/A
Dafrosa Name of Syrian origin; belt adorned with roses. N/A
Dagoberto From the ancient Saxon; shining, bright light. N/A
Dalila From the Hebrew "Delilah"; poor, indigent. In the Old Testament, Delilah seduced Samson, cut his hair and handed him over to the Philistines. Delilah
Dalmazio Latin name of ethnic origin, "DalmÓtius"; from Dalmatia. N/A
Dalmazzo From the Latin "DalmÓtius"; from Dalmatia. N/A
Damaso Name of Spanish origin, derived from the Greek "DÓmasos"; he who know how to tame, domesticate. N/A
Damiano Name of Greek origin "Damian˛s", descendant of DÓmia. Also from "DÓmios"; tamer, domesticator. N/A
Daniele From the Hebrew "Dani'Ŕl"; divine judge, chosen by God. N/A
Danilo Slavic variation of Daniel, from the Hebrew; divine judge. N/A
Danio From the Hebrew "Dan"; judge, arbiter. N/A
Dante Masculine name, shortened from "Durante", from the Latin "Durans"; long lasting. N/A
Daria Feminine form of Dario, from the Persian; possesses goodness. N/A
Dario Derived from the Persian "Darayavaush", from the Greek "DarÚios"; possesses goodness. N/A
Dasio From the Greek "Dasys"; velvety. N/A
Dassio Variation of Dasio, from the Greek "Dasys"; velvety. N/A
Dativo From the Latin "Dativus"; donation, gift. N/A
Dato From the Latin; donation, gift. N/A
Davanzato Ancient medieval name; comes in second, or comes after. N/A
Davide From the Hebrew "Diwidh"; chosen, loved. N/A
Davino Variation of the name David, with the same meaning. N/A
Dazio From the Latin "Datio"; payment. N/A
Debora From the Hebrew "DeborÓh"; bee, loquacious. N/A
Decio Derived from the Latin "Decius"; tenth. N/A
Decoroso Derived from the Latin "Decorum"; dignified. N/A
Defendente From the Latin; defender. N/A
Degna From the Latin "Dignus"; esteemed, excellent. N/A
Deianira Derived, like Deiamira, from the Greek; she who lights the flame of passion in men. N/A
Deicola From the Latin; he who adores the real God. N/A
Delfina Derived from the Latin "Delphinus"; dolphin, animal sacred to Apollo. N/A
Delfino Derived from the Latin "Delphinus"; dolphin, animal sacred to Apollo. N/A
Delinda From the Latin; anointed, consecrated. N/A
Demetria Feminine name derived from the Greek "Demetra"; devoted to Cerere. N/A
Demetriade Variation of Demetria with the same meaning. N/A
Demetrio Derived from the Greek "DemÚtrios"; devoted to Demetra aka Cerere. N/A
Demiro From the Latin; wonderful. N/A
Democrito Derived from the Greek "Dem˛kritos"; judge of the people. N/A
Demostene From the Greek; strength of the people. N/A
Deodata Feminine form of Deodato with the same meaning. N/A
Deodato Shortened form of Adeodato, derived from the Latin "Adeddatus"; donated, gift from God. N/A
Deograzia Derived from the Latin "Deogratias"; grace of God, thanks to God. N/A
Derbilia Name of ethnic origin; from Derbe, city in Licaonia. N/A
Desiderato From the Latin; desired. N/A
Desiderio From the Latin noun "desiderium"; desire, wish. N/A
Deusdedito From ancient Medieval times; devoted to God. N/A
Devota From the Latin; devoted. N/A
Diacono Derived from the Greek "Diakonos"; servant of God. N/A
Diamante Derived from the Greek; untameable. N/A
Diana Derived from the Sanskrit "Divyan, in Greek "Dţos", in Latin "Dius"; divine, celestial, luminous. N/A
Didaco Derived from the Greek "Dýdacmos", latinized as "Dýdacus"; learned, intellectual. N/A
Didimo Derived from the Greek "Didymos"; double, twin. N/A
Didio From the Latin; belongs to God. N/A
Diego Typically Spanish name, variant of "Didaco, from the Greek "Dýdachos"; learned. N/A
Dimpna From the Celtic; who brings love. N/A
Diocle Name of ethnic origin; from Dioclea, locality of Montenegro. N/A
Dioclezio Derived from the name Diocle, from the city of Dioclea. N/A
Diodata Feminine form of Deodato, from Adeodato; girt to God. N/A
Diodato From the Latin "Adeodato"; donation or given to God. N/A
Diodoro From the Greek "Diodor˘s"; gift to God. N/A
Diogene Derived from the Greek "DiogŔn˛s"; son of God. N/A
Diomede Derived from the Greek "Diom˛des"; entrusted in the care of God. N/A
Diomma From the Celtic; prophet of the divinity. N/A
Dione Derived from the Greek "Di˘n˛"; originated from God. N/A
Dionigi Derived from the Greek "Dionysos"; from Dioniso, name alos given to Bacchus. N/A
Dionisia Feminine variation of Dionisio; consecrated to Dionisio. N/A
Dionisio From the Latin "Dionysius", derived from the Greek "Dionysos"; consecrated to Dioniso. N/A
Dioscoride From the Greek, like the name Dioscoro; young mane donated to God. N/A
Dioscoro From the Greek; young mane donated to God. N/A
Disma This name of unknown etymology, according to tradition, was the name of the good thief crucified on the right of Jesus. N/A
Divo Ancient Latin name, derived from "divus"; divine. N/A
Doda Celtice name, derived from the Greek "Doodeka"; twelve. N/A
Dolcelino Name of provincial origin; make a sweet sound. N/A
Dolina From the Celtic "dolynn"; circled. N/A
Dolores Name of Iberian origin, made its way into Sicily and Sardinia while Italy was under Spanish rule. It corresponds to Addolorata. N/A
Domenica Feminine form of "Domýnicus"; consecrated to the Lord,or God. N/A
Domenico From the Latin "Dominicus"; consecrated to the Lord. N/A
Domezio From the Latin "Domitius"; belonging to the house. N/A
Dominatore From the Latin; he who leads, dominates. N/A
Domingo Iberian form of "Dominicus"; consecrated to the Lord. N/A
Domitilla Name given to the Roman Domizia gens, derived from "domus"; abode, residence. N/A
Domiziano Derived from the name Domitianus, extracted from the Domizia gens with the same meaning of Domitilla. N/A
Domizio From the Latin , like the name Domezio; belonging to the house. Name usually given to servants. N/A
Domneone Derived from the Latin; lord. Found also as Domnione. N/A
Domnione Derived from the Latin; lord. Found also as Domneone. N/A
Donata Feminine form of the name Donato; donated to the Lord N/A
Donatilla Diminutive and feminine form of the name Donato; donated to the Lord N/A
Donato From the Latin "Donatus"; donated to the Lord. N/A
Donaziano Derived from Donato; donated to the Lord. N/A
Donna From the Latin Domina; lady. N/A
Donnina Diminutive of "Donna"; young lady. N/A
Donnino From the Latin "D˘minus"; young man. N/A
Donnione Derived from the Latin; great lord. N/A
Donno From the Latin "D˘mnus" derived from "D˛minus"; lord. N/A
Donnolo Diminutive of "Donno"; young lord. N/A
Donvina Derived from the Celtic; crowned lady. N/A
Dora Derived from the Greek "D˛ron"; donation, gift. N/A
Doralice From the Latin "Doralýce", derived from the Greed words "D˛ron" and "LykŔ"; gift of the dawn. N/A
Doro Derived from the Greek "D˛ron"; donation, gift. N/A
Dorotea Feminine form of Doroteo, teoforic name, derived from the Greek "D˛rothŔos"; gift of God. N/A
Doroteo Teoforic name, derived from the Greek "D˛rothŔos"; gift of God. N/A
Drogone Derived fromthe Celtic "Dreux", name of a tribe established in ancient Gaul whose capital was Durocassi. N/A
Drottoveo From the Celtic; he who lives in wooded places. N/A
Druina Truncated form of Madruyna, with the same meaning; of the water. N/A
Drusilla Feminine form of "Druso" with the same meaning; belonging to the Drusi, people of Asia Minor. N/A
Druso Name of ethnic origin; belonging to the Drusi, people of Asia Minor. N/A
Dubrizio From the Celtic; of high stature, tall. N/A
Duilio From the Latin "Duilius", derived from the word "duellum"; duel. N/A
Dula Derived from the Gaelic; twin. N/A
Dulia Truncated form of "Obdulia" with the same meaning; obstinant, stubborn. N/A
Dunstano Name of ethnic origin; from Dunston, locality in the county of Durham in England. Found also as Duns. N/A
Durante Derived from the Celtic "Durum"; strong, brave.N/A

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